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Grizzly G0547 Combo Sander with 6-Inch Disc Belt, 4 x 36-Inch

by Grizzly

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  • Belt size: 4-Inch X 36-Inch; Cast iron base; Disc size: 6-Inch; Motor: 1/3 HP 110V single-phase 3450 RPM; Table size: 6 1/4-Inch X 8 7/8-Inch
  • Cast iron base
  • Disc size: 6-Inch
  • Motor: 1/3 HP 110V single-phase 3450 RPM
  • Table size: 6 1/4-Inch X 8 7/8-Inch
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Grizzly G0547 Combo Sander with 6-Inch Disc Belt, 4 x 36-Inch + Woodstock D1251 4-Inch by 36-Inch 100 Grit Aluminum Oxide Sanding Belt, 2-Pack + Woodstock D1309 6-Inch Diameter PSA 100 Grit Aluminum Oxide Sanding Disc, 3-Pack
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Technical Details
Item Weight39.3 pounds
Product Dimensions10.5 x 22 x 12 inches
Item model numberG0547
SizeNot applicable
ColorNot applicable
StyleGrizzly
Materialsteel
Power SourceAC
Item Package Quantity1
Measurement Systemboth
Included Componentsbare-tool
Batteries Required?No
  
Additional Information
ASINB00012YK7Q
Best Sellers Rank #112,808 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight39.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableJune 5, 2013
  
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Product Description

This stationary bench top Combo Sander offers all the power and control you need for sanding smaller work pieces for less than the cost of a portable belt sander. Compact design is great for the smaller workshop. Features: • Motor: 1/3 HP 110V single-phase 3450 RPM • Belt size: 4" x 36" • Disc size: 6" • Table size: 6-1/4" x 8-7/8" • Cast iron base • Single knob tracking • 2-1/2" dust port for belt and disc • Belt platen rotates 0–90-Degree • Approximate shipping weight: 42-Pound.

Customer Reviews

Grizzly tools can be of good value if you get the right unit.
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Now for the Customer Service issues: I called Grizzly the day after I received this tool, telling them that it was of poor quality and requesting a refund.
Bob P.
5 Bolt for the table is too long by an inch, and the hole for it is not even square to the casting.
John Gonder

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

164 of 166 people found the following review helpful By Scott Pointon VINE VOICE on April 20, 2004
I had always wanted a combination belt/disc sander for its versatility and convenience, yet never seemed to want to spend the money to get one. When I saw this little machine come on the market, at this price, I thought it was the perfect solution for my small home shop. Besides price, this unit has a lot going for it. It is compact yet sturdy (the base is cast iron)
and for its size, it is powerful enough to do anything I would ask of it. As an added bonus, the manual provided by Grizzly was absolutely excellent! All of the set-up instructions were clear and accurate. Now for the downside... I realize that you get what you pay for, but there are several things which bother me about this tool. First, the "miter gauge" included for use with the disc sanding table is a joke. It is cheaply made and mine is not square. Second, the motor turns the sanding surfaces at 3450 rpms. This is way too fast for a lot of the sanding you may want to do with this machine. If you research it a bit you will find that most of the better quality belt/disc combo machines have motors that turn at 1725 rpms.
All in all, this little machine is worth the price but I can't help thinking that with a little more time in the design phase, this tool could have been great. If you are on a very tight budget and find yourself in need of this type of sander then don't hesitate. Otherwise, spend a little more and get some high end features.
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137 of 146 people found the following review helpful By Bob P. on August 10, 2006
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I had high expectations on buying my first Grizzly shop tool. I had heard that they made good tools sold at a fair price. Man, was I ever wrong! When my sander arrived, I was very disappointed. It is definitely not worth the $100 price I paid; perhaps half that.

First, the tool itself:

1. As another reviewer has noted, the miter is cheap, flimsy plastic and totally useless. Unlike the other reviewer, I would have used mine if it were robust; it is not, and probably unsafe to use.

2. The "safety switch" is also very flimsy, made of even cheesier plastic than the miter. The yellow safety "key", which must be inserted into the switch assembly to start the machine, sometimes would not stay put. How would one turn the sander on without it? You CAN'T! A Ryobi combo sander I saw at Home Depot (unfortunately not till AFTER I bought the Grizzly sander) which sells for the same price has a beefy switch which doesn't have a loose "key" which can fall off.

3. The disk sander table has a sticker showing the angle of degree; this sticker is not even attached the sander, and must be applied by the assembler (you). The similar Ryobi has etched and painted degree markings which can't come unglued.

4. The stop for the belt sander is made of extremely light gauge sheet metal, and flexes when the workpiece is laid against it while sanding. The similar Ryobi's stop is at least 4 times thicker and very robust.

5. The castings used to make up the sander are somewhat rough and have sharp edges in places. Another sign of a low-quality tool.

6. Lots of plastic used, even in the belt sander table.

7. Flimsy, poorly-cast disc sander table.

The moment I saw the tool, I knew I had been taken.
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30 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Brian Madigan on January 9, 2009
I've had this one for about a year. The 1/3 hp induction motor is underpowered for the type of load a 4" belt puts on it. The idler pulley has bronze bushings rather than ball bearings found on higher quality machines. The idler wheel seized on mine, and when I took it apart to check the bearings I found that the bushings were not replaceable, and not listed on the parts list. I was using just the disc wheel for a bit after removing the belt drive, and the capacitor that starts/runs the motor exploded. This is not unusual for cheap electrolytic capacitors, so replacing it should remedy that. But Grizzly tech support says that there is no capacitor! It is omitted from the parts diagram as well. Since this tool is made in China by who knows what company, Grizzly doesn't seem to have any idea of how to service or maintain it. You get what you pay for.
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35 of 40 people found the following review helpful By dc artisan on May 22, 2006
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i've had this for about a year and would recommend it for small jobs.

I sand wood, fiberglass, and small concrete pieces with this. Its a great buy and a solid machine. as th olther reviewer said, the mitre is junk. waste of plastic. i'd never use it andway though, as a mitrer doesnt suit my needs.

blets are easy to change, and its very easy to adjust.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By modelman on March 8, 2011
Bought one of these directly from Grizzly just under 2 years ago. I used it intermittantly to sand the edges off bases of polyurethane plastic model kits. Other than being very noisy when turned on, it seemed to work quite well. Fast-forward to a week ago, went to turn it on & the motor barely turned the belt/disc & then it started to smoke. Called Grizzly customer service & told them the situation. They said it sounds like the motor burned out & they could send me a replacement motor for the unit, at my expense ($81 + shipping - another $20). An entire new combo sander is $125, so I pitched the unit in the garbage & ordered a Wen combo sander through Amazon, couldn't be much worse than the Grizzly I had. Bottom line: my first & last Grizzly purchase. I realize I didn't purchase a top-of-the-line sander, but I did expect it would last a little longer than it did.
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